A woman waits in a cinema-turned vaccination hub at a mall in Taguig, Philippines. Photo: AP A woman waits in a cinema-turned vaccination hub at a mall in Taguig, Philippines. Photo: AP
A woman waits in a cinema-turned vaccination hub at a mall in Taguig, Philippines. Photo: AP

Most Filipinos don’t want a coronavirus vaccine. Especially not a Chinese one

  • President Duterte has moved to stop people choosing what brand of jab they receive after a clinic giving Pfizer jabs was swamped. Meanwhile people are missing appointments at centres offering Sinovac shots
  • But politicians including Christopher “Bong” Go warn that choice could be crucial for overseas workers whose host countries prefer the Western vaccines

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A woman waits in a cinema-turned vaccination hub at a mall in Taguig, Philippines. Photo: AP A woman waits in a cinema-turned vaccination hub at a mall in Taguig, Philippines. Photo: AP
A woman waits in a cinema-turned vaccination hub at a mall in Taguig, Philippines. Photo: AP
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